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Expert interview: Tachycardia in hypertension

PART OF Manage Hypertension Online FEATURE
Expert interview: Tachycardia in hypertension
  • Cardiometabolic
  • Hypertension



Tomlinson Interview - Manila

B. Tomlinson (Hong Kong): Tachycardia in hypertension…What is the fuss about?

In your opinion, which measure, heart rate or hypertension, is more indicative of future morbidity?

What are the future risks facing a patient with both tachycardia and hypertension?

Are any groups of patients more prone to develop both conditions than others (men rather than women, older rather than younger patients, any racial differences?)

If a patient presents with both tachycardia and hypertension, which classes of drugs would you consider for treatment, and which would you immediately rule out?

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Regional conference
Manila, Philippines
Apr 22 - 23, 2017
Target audience
General practitioners, Cardiologists, endocrinologists and internists managing diabetes, thyroid and cardiometabolic diseases in the Asia-Pacific region.
by Excemed

Manage Hypertension Online

The Manage hypertension online website aims to help healthcare professionals to reduce the impact of this widespread disease on peoples’ lives and on healthcare systems. It addresses the full range of educational needs of all of those working in the field of hypertension and cardiovascular diseases, including general practitioners (GPs) and specialists, and will be of interest to cardiologists, endocrinologists, internists and many others.